Explore the gripping Alien Skill series by science fiction author Rae Knightly
I was excited to find out this morning that my new book has been nominated for Cover of The Month at AllAuthor.com. Please take a few seconds to vote for me and help me win! I appreciate your support! Click here to vote: https://allauthor.com/cover-of-the-month/3608/
To wrap up my holiday books roundup today, I’ve got four more delightful titles to share with you. I hope you’ll check them out. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas! P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Christmas Lights by Bec J Smith. Illustrated by Adit Galih For ages 5-8 This holiday, P.I. Penguin… Continue reading Holiday Books: Four More Christmas Reads!
Today in my holiday books roundup I’m featuring a middle grade book by British author Clare Allison. Yule Be Sorry: An Unconventional Christmas Tale is for children ages nine and over. It fuses a heart-warming story with adventure, villains and even a topical political undertone, all while remaining festive for the December holidays. Santa has… Continue reading HOLIDAY BOOKS Yule Be Sorry: An Unconventional Christmas Tale
WHERE HAVE I BEEN? Just a note to let my loyal readership, fellow bloggers, and fellow authors know that I have not fallen off the face of the planet. I’m still busy at the authoring business here at home-office central. This summer I was busy with lots of day trips, some vacation adventures, and lots… Continue reading Catching Up–Latest News
Saddle up and ride along. I’m always surprised to hear myself say, “I’m an author” because I wrote a book by accident. In fact, if anyone had told me to write a book I would have scoffed at the notion. Now there are three novels in the Dream Horse Adventures Series. I started writing in… Continue reading “I wrote a book by accident”: an Essay by Author Susan Count
Author and illustrator, Heather B. Moon, on writing books for children It’s all in the Game. I’m an ex-teacher. I used to spend my day around children of all ages. Teaching them to write, inspiring their creativity, reading to them, helping them find books of their own to love. I would catch myself noticing little… Continue reading It’s Child’s Play … or Is It?
My guest today is a man who not only writes books for children, but juggles that currently with his busiest time of year, tax preparation season. Please welcome children’s author, Michael Cascio. Q. Hi Michael. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. Hello and thanks for having me. I am… Continue reading Q&A With Author Michael Cascio
Greetings, followers, authors, and fellow bloggers, I’m currently looking for guest bloggers to post here on Rosco’s Reading Room. If you have a post that you’d like to share with my followers, I’d love to see it. In order for me to consider it, your post must be in some way about children’s books or… Continue reading Looking for Guest Bloggers
Almost a year ago, I posted an interview with children’s author Barbara Ann Mojica, author of the award-winning series, Little Miss History. Her latest release was published in November of this year, and because I, personally, love using the down time during winter break to visit museums with my kids, I thought her book about… Continue reading Sticky Fun for Kids at the La Brea Tar Pits